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Descartes and Rationalism
Hume and Empiricism
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accept analytic truth argued argument basic basis behavior belief certainty color conception concerning conclusion consider deduction defended definition Descartes discussion distinction doubt emeralds empirical knowledge empiricism empiricist ence example experimental inference fact and existence false feeling form of inference form of reasoning formal genuine given green grue hypothesis guarantee H-D method Hume Hume's principle Ibid idea implies important indubitable inductive intuition intuitive knowledge J. J. C. Smart justify kind knowl law of contradiction law of identity logical truths logical words mathematical matters of fact means memory ment merely mind nature Norman Malcolm objects ostensive ostensive definition P. F. Strawson pain perception philosophers position possible posteriori pragmatist predicate premises present priori knowledge prove question rational rationalist reality regard rules Russell seems sense skeptical solipsism standard statement strict empiricist synthetic theory of knowledge things thinking thought tion true understand valid W. V. O. Quine York Zeus